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's not the face of mormonnism. in the practice of law, we saw open the door. does this now open the door for governor romney to come back on things like reverend wright? >> if the president was decent, he would demand harry reid withdraw that. the kind of things left wingers get away in this country, whether they're attacking catholicismcatholicism mormonisg as it's not islam, you can get away with it. what he said is despicable, and it's why i'm for akin. i think he's a disgrace to this country. >> bill: he had an anonymous source saying governor romney didn't pay taxes. intelligencit was the most biza. he's a lawyer. nothing like that would be permitted in court. today he goes after him on religious grounds. he's also mormon himself. >> harry reid is a vicious machine politician. go back and look at his election, re-election. his approach to politics is to destroy his opponent, to say whatever he has to say, to have total disregard of the truth. all he's interested in is raw power. he's one of the reasons the senate is a sick institution. >> bill: and we have no budget, because he's po
in fact now dealing with terrorism as a law enforcement matter. they don't want to admit that, but everything they've done to date shows in fact they view it as a crime, not as a matter of war, and certainly having to say we were attacked again on the anniversary of 9/11 would remind people that in fact we are still at war. >> greta: does it have any political effect? the american people typically, historically, vote for the economy? that's sort of the primary. is this sort of on the eve of election going too go by the eve of the election or stick around a little bit? >> the resurgence of al-qaeda, the combination of seeing this on the television screen, plus what people are now seeing looks to have been lying to the american people has very real potential to make people understand this president is not somebody who ought to lead us again for another four years. >> greta: liz, thank you. >> thanks, greta. >> greta: israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu warning the hour is getting late, very late, to stop iran. today at the united nations prime minister netanyahu saying ira
doesn't want to have to say to the american people, we're dealing with terrorism as a law enforcement matter. they don't want to admit that. but everything they have done to date shows they view this as a crime, not as a matter of war. essential having to say, we were attacked again on the anniversary of 9/11 would remind people that we're still at war. >> do you think this has any political effect? the american people, historically, vote for the economy. that's the primary. is this on the eve of the election, is this an election that's going to go away or stick? >> i think the combination of the resurgence of al qaeda, the combination of seeing this on the television screen, plus, what people are now seeing looks to have been lying to the american people has very real potential to make people understand this is not somebody who ought to lead us another four years. >> thank, greta. >> now, is israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu warning, the hour is getting late, very late to stop iran, saying that iran could build a nuclear bomb by next summer and urging, maybe even begging the
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